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The impossible mission continues at Huish Park three more points required
at 21:42 21 Apr 2019

After a dominant display against the Mariners, the play off hopefuls led by Agent JM head to Huish Park for another vital match which in terms of 2006 is almost as important and definitely as vital. Victory and the bandwagon rolls on, anything less and the last two games become irrelevant.

As I'm away for a couple of days I'm keeping this brief.

Suggested team

Barnes

Jackson Eastman Kent Vincent-Young

Senior Saunders Lapslie

Mandron Nouble Dickenson

Subs
Ross Chilvers Stevenson Eisa Norris Szmodics Kensdale

Neale Marmon has the unenviable task of securing Yeovil's league status and they will fight like terriers tomorrow. The U's know what is required to keep the season alive.

Weather will be hot 26 degrees Celsius and sunscreen is required.

Safe journey to the travelling faithful. Wessex cheer them onto victory tomorrow.

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Three points nailed on today for the Super U's
at 09:16 19 Apr 2019

Let’s keep things simple this week.

The super U’s are currently exhibiting relegation form. 7 wins in the last 22 games and also during that time 4 draws and 11 miserable defeats. The latest at Gigg Lane last Saturday where a very poor Bury team (notwithstanding financial and legal difficulties) were frankly there for the taking, but after a first half which promised much, we were abject second half and conceded two soft goals.

Sam Saunders had a decent game but fluffed two promising free kicks, Tom Lapslie was heroic with two important blocks. Big Frank was wasted on the left wing and always had three Bury defenders when he did receive the ball. I’m sorry but Rene Gilmartin may look resplendent in his Goalkeeping kit, but he is not the answer between the sticks. There is a real danger that Dillon Barnes may well lose all confidence if JM doesn’t show some faith in the lad and get him back in goal. The 317 faithful deserved better and it was significant that at the end only a handful of players came to acknowledge the faithful and JM was not amongst them.

JM has big problems with his tactics, formation, playing staff and ability to manage. He should go and quickly. The squad has been wasted, opportunities lost at every turn and the performances have been poor at best recently. FGR, Exeter and Bury are examples of games where we have not turned up for at least 45 minutes a time (at Brunton Park we didn’t turn up at all!!!).

Table:

Lincoln 42 84 Promoted
Bury 42 74
Mansfield 42 73
MK Dons 42 72
Tranmere 42 71
FGR 42 67
Exeter 42 65
Carlisle 42 61
COL U 42 60

All season long we have been in the top seven, until Christmas there was real hope that we would go up automatically. The Carlisle defeat (the worst that I have seen Colchester play for at least 10 years) started the rot. No wonder people are angry.

The irony of course is that four victories in our last four games could see a minor miracle with 72 points. But even if we avoid the ignominy of another double defeat to the Mariners today and relegated haunted Yeovil are despatched on Easter Monday, can we honestly say that MK Dons will allow themselves to be beaten at the JobServe on Saturday week and then will the Cowley brothers do us a favour at Sincil Bank on the last day.

I must be mad, but I will be there against the Franchise and the Imps. And of course, I will be there again next season, but patience is wearing thin and another profligate season of classic underachievement will see more supporters voting with their feet.

Michael Jolley brings his Mariners to the JobServe confident of securing another victory after all our home form has been abject of late and it is surely up to the playing staff to put on a performance for the faithful and give some hope albeit unlikely at this parlous state that we find ourselves in.

That is the curse of supporting Colchester United and this year I have clocked up over 47 years of loyal support. Many on this board have endured much more. I remember at Huish Park in May 2006 when after the final whistle, we stood with tears of joy, relief and elation, the gentleman next to me told me that he had supported Colchester for 65 years and had waited for this day. He deserved that moment and the opportunity to watch the team in the Championship.

JM simply has to win today and so the following must play from the outset.

Barnes

Jackson Eastman Kent Vincent-Young

Senior Saunders Lapslie

Mandron Nouble Dickenson

Subs:

Gilmartin Chilvers Stevenson Eisa Norris Szmodics Dunne

Weather today at the ground a balmy 19 degrees and a mix of cloud and sunshine. Get some sunscreen on.

Remaining Key fixtures:

Today
Exeter v Crawley
Carlisle v Lincoln
Tranmere v FGR
COL U v Grimsby

Easter Monday
FGR v Cambridge
Grimsby v Carlisle
Stevenage v Exeter
Yeovil v COL U

27 April
Carlisle v Crawley
Crewe v FGR
Exeter v Oldham
COL U v MK Dons

4 May
FGR v Exeter
Yeovil v Carlisle
Lincoln v COL U

Come on give the faithful what they want, three points and four home goals.

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Super U's to shake up the top seven starting at Gigg Lane
at 18:52 11 Apr 2019

Gigg Lane Bury on Saturday 13th April 2019 could live long in the annals of Colchester United because it could herald the day our Play Off hopes were either rekindled with a stirring victory or dashed once and for all with another ignominious defeat. Make no mistake it is win or bust on Saturday.

Forget all about Bury’s problems off the field. They have secured an adjournment of their case in the High Court until 15th May. This will give current Chairman Steve Dale time to address the severe financial obligations and debts accrued mainly under the former Chairman Stewart Dale whose business empire has collapsed with debts of £27m. This is a matter of published material, all of which is in the public domain.

There is nothing more to say because like Coventry City’s ground problems, Blackpool’s myriad off field problems and Bolton Wanderers severe financial issues we should not concern ourselves unduly. Whilst not wishing to diminish their problems or issues, we should in no way use them as a distraction or excuse. It is all about securing three points for Colchester United to give ourselves hope that seventh place in the league is achievable this season.

JM has the chance to write himself into folklore by inspiring and motivating his charges to secure those three valuable points on Saturday against the Shakers at Gigg Lane.
I have considered some views from fearless motivation for a source of inspiration. John McGreal needs to inspire his charges thus, if he wishes to include expletives then that is his personal choice:

“When you step out on that field on Saturday… everyone is equal . Talent… it means nothing. They may be more talented than you… but if you show more heart… if you show more focus… If you just decide… this day that you will never accept second place… to anyone If you do that… If you all do that… there is no one we cannot defeat and there is no one that will want to challenge us ever again!

So… do you want to go out there like every other player, like every other team or do you want to stand up this day. To make this day count.

Make it count, leave your heart and soul out on that field at Bury. Make them remember who you are! Make them scared to ever set foot on this field with you ever again!

Every tackle
Every challenge
Every contest
Every shot
Every pass
Make it count!”

If the team doubt the importance of the game (and Bury have already identified it as a must win) then a glance at the league table will hopefully reinforce the message.

Lincoln City 41 83 +35
Mansfield Town 41 72 +27
MK Dons 41 72 +23
Bury 41 71 +24
Tranmere 41 68 +15
FGR 41 64 +18
Exeter 41 62 +10
Carlisle 41 61 +6
COL U 41 60 +8
Swindon 41 59 +3

Remember four victories and a draw will likely secure a play off berth. We only need to finish seventh!!!!

Key remaining matches in League Two; largely irrelevant if we fall at the first hurdle:

13 April
Bury v COL U
Exeter v Port Vale
FGR v Macclesfield
Northampton v Mansfield
Tranmere v MK Dons

19 April
COL U v Grimsby
Exeter v Crawley
Carlisle v Lincoln
Mansfield v Morecambe
Newport v Bury
Tranmere v FGR

22 April
Yeovil v COL U
Bury v Northampton
FGR v Cambridge
Lincoln v Tranmere
Oldham v Mansfield
Stevenage v Exeter

27 April
COLU v MK Dons
Exeter v Oldham
Newport v Lincoln
Tranmere v Bury

4 May
Lincoln v COL U
FGR v Exeter
MK Dons v Mansfield

JM also has a decision to make regarding his team. Ben Stevenson is a doubt with a troublesome hamstring and so should not play at Gigg Lane. Sam Saunders can play instead. Many of our on-field issues have been exacerbated by rushing players back who are not fully fit. Give Ben a Saturday off and let him return for the Easter games against Grimsby and Yeovil.

Similarly, notwithstanding his howler against Oldham, I would play Barnes in goal. The back pass from Kent put him in the situation and he will have learned that such a ball had to be either left to concede the corner or put into the East stand. In the end he simply set up the second and killer Oldham goal. Barnes kicking and distribution are superior to Gilmartin.

Forget all this talk about the fact that we have missed Sam Walker. He made his decision to play championship football at Reading and so far, has only made 7 appearances for the club, normally warming the bench or sometimes not even that. Boarders on this site often moaned about his distribution and failure to command his box in the past.

Comparisons are onerous and normally without foundation. We miss Walker but some would argue that he was not the finished article. Where do you draw the line anyway? Mike Walker was a great favourite of mine together with Alec Chamberlain and Aidan Davison. I didn’t see Percy Ames play but some boarders clearly did, and I am sure that cases for and against could be made for several more.

The back four pick themselves, three in midfield and three upfront. Saturday is one of those occasions where we cannot allow Bury to get an early initiative. We have to attack from the start and so a fluent attacking side is preferred, even if such is anathema to JM. Saturday will give Senior a chance to spring attacks down either flank. Saunders will give experience and a calm and influential midfield presence.

Up front play Dickenson in his preferred role of left winger, whilst allowing big Frank to be the number 9 and Szmodics to play in the number 10 position.

Barnes

Jackson Prosser Kent Vincent-Young

Senior Lapslie Saunders

Szmodics Nouble Dickenson

Subs:

Gilmartin Kensdale Eastman Chilvers Wright Mandron Norris

The weather on Saturday in Bury is set fair with a high of 8 degrees Celsius and a mix of sunshine and cloud. It will be dry, however. Near perfect conditions for football.

The faithful will be housed in the East Stand. The last time that I travelled to Bury John Ward was the manager and we capitulated in the rain to a 4-1 defeat. A reversal of that scoreline on Saturday would do very nicely.

Gigg Lane could be very special and Colchester owe their long suffering supporters a performance and victory.

Safe journey to the travelling faithful. Keep the faith and Up the U’s

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Our Suffolk fiends
at 23:34 9 Apr 2019

Should they lose at Brentford Wednesday evening Lambo could take them down to League One.
Brilliant.

Plenty of incentive for the U's to win at Gigg Lane n Saturday.

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Tonight
at 20:30 9 Apr 2019

Exeter currently winning 2-1 at Moss Rose. We need Sol's gang to secure at least a draw.

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Mission Impossible?
at 15:08 7 Apr 2019

Your mission Mr McGreal is now to obtain at least 13 out of the last 15 points if you are to achieve seventh place in the table.

Woeful home form and a failure to get the best out of what on paper is a talented squad is largely responsible for this lamentable state of affairs.

Time to shake up the Shakers on Saturday then sea off the Mariners, if the glove fits then Yeovil should be comfortably beaten, the franchise ostracised and the Imps promotion party spoiled at Sincil Bank.

In those circumstances you will have successfully extended your season. Any other results and a fourth successive season in the basement league beckons.

If that is the case then your team will have self destructed in five matches.

Good luck

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Latics face a pointless return journey tomorrow evening
at 17:27 5 Apr 2019

Kane Vincent-Young’s super strike at the Abbey Stadium not only rekindled the U’s season but also allows the final six games of the regulation season to become cup finals allowing Colchester to gate crash 7th place in the league and extend their season.

Those six games are Oldham Home, Bury Away, Grimsby Home, Yeovil Away, MK Dons Home and finally Lincoln Away. I have ordered tickets for three of the last six games and obviously hope that a further three games will be added during May culminating in the Wembley final on 25th May.

There are however some intriguing games which will go a long way to deciding the other six places.

6 April
Carlisle v Bury
Mansfield v Cambridge
MK Dons v Lincoln
Newport v Tranmere
Cheltenham v Exeter

9 April
Macclesfield v Exeter

13 April
Exeter v Port Vale
FGR v Macclesfield
Northampton v Mansfield
Tranmere v MK Dons

19 April
Exeter v Crawley
Carlisle v Lincoln
Mansfield v Morecambe
Newport v Bury
Tranmere v FGR

22 April
Bury v Northampton
FGR v Cambridge
Lincoln v Tranmere
Oldham v Mansfield
Stevenage v Exeter

27 April
Exeter v Oldham
Newport v Lincoln
Tranmere v Bury

4 May
FGR v Exeter
MK Dons v Mansfield

Current league positions

Lincoln 40 80 +33
MK Dons 40 72 +25
Bury 40 71 +25
Mansfield 40 69 +26
Tranmere 40 67 +15
FGR 40 61 +17
Exeter 39 61 +11
COL U 40 60 +10

The Latics are in town tomorrow, led by caretaker Pete Wild, who has taken over following Paul Scholes shock departure, citing interference from the Owner. They are also bang in form after two victories including a comfortable win against Tranmere midweek.

JM has some decisions to make following the return to fitness of Rene Gilmartin and the completion of big Frank Nouble’s three match ban.

I reckon that Barnes should stay between the sticks tomorrow (the Cambridge game was a real tonic for the entire team) and those XI players should be allowed to start tomorrow with one notable exception.

Sam Saunders must be allowed to play some part from the bench, and big Frank should return to the team in place of Chuck Norris who was woeful against Cambridge.

Barnes

Jackson Kent Prosser Vincent-Young

Senior Lapslie Stevenson

Eisa Nouble Szmodics

Subs:

Gilmartin Eastman Norris Eastman Saunders Chilvers Mandron

Weather tomorrow at the JobServe will be 13 degrees Celsius and a mix of sunshine and cloud.

It is all about getting back to home victories starting against the Latics. Hopefully the crowd will be better than of late and that they will inspire the team as the 1100 did at the Abbey Stadium last weekend.

Enjoy the game.

Three points and things will seem a lot brighter.

Up the U’s


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Abject CUFC to be defeated by CUFC at the Abbey Stadium!!
at 21:52 29 Mar 2019

JM takes his beleaguered charges the 35 miles or so to the Abbey Stadium to do battle against Colin Calderwood’s struggling team.

The table now makes depressing reading for all U’s supporters following 4 defeats in the last 6 games:

Lincoln 39 79
Bury 38 71
MK Dons 39 69
Mansfield 39 66
Tranmere 38 64
FGR 39 61
Exeter 38 61
Carlisle 39 58
COL U 39 57

The reason why I am so disappointed in the way that things have panned out is that despite our best squad for years we have squandered first an automatic promotion spot and are in danger of now facing mid table obscurity after appalling results which all started after that defeat away to Carlisle in December.

Tomorrow’s game is the last chance saloon with only Oldham, Bury Grimsby Yeovil MK Dons and Lincoln to come. At least 73 points will be required and so we face the unenviable task of securing 16 points from the 21 on offer.

Since Christmas we have only managed relegation form and so this requires a herculean effort if we are to extend our season beyond the Lincoln game. The simple truth is that although we are missing key midfield players notably Harry Pell, the Exeter game showed several players to be lacking in confidence and form. Sadly, failure to achieve promotion will mean that we will lose several of our better players and thus rebuilding will become even more difficult.

Tomorrow will see 1000 of the faithful travelling to darkest Cambridgeshire and frankly they are due a performance. Last weekend I called for JM to go and sadly only the most amazing and unlikely turnaround in our fortunes will change my mind. He is bereft of ideas and having talented youngsters on the bench and failing to give them valuable game time is frankly inexcusable.

Miller and Chilvers could both have been employed at Exeter for valuable minutes but were not (when Miller did come on, he produced more in 6 minutes than the other forward players combined.) but was not used against Mellon’s Tranmere.

So will JM play him tomorrow from the start, very doubtful.

Barnes

Jackson Prosser Kent Vincent-Young

Senior Wright Stevenson Mandron

Szmodics Norris

Subs:

Miller Eisa Dickenson Chilvers Kensdale Ross Lapslie (if fit!)

Weather in Cambridge tomorrow will be 17 degrees Celsius, partly sunny.

Let us hope that there is not a huge depression at 4.50pm. Anything but a Colchester victory and another season in the basement beckons.

Travel well, enjoy the game

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Colchester flag in Podgorica tonight
at 19:43 25 Mar 2019

JM on scouting mission no doubt

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Mellon's Rovers to be squashed by resurgent super U's
at 16:36 22 Mar 2019

As I am still holidaying in the South West I'm going to keep this short and sweet especially with Micky Mellon me old fruit in town with Tranmere Rovers this weekend.

Quite simply another must win if we are to achieve a top seven finish

Lincoln 38 76
Bury 37 70
Mansfield 38 66
MK Dons 38 66
Tranmere 37 61
FGR 38 58
Exeter 37 58
Col u 38 57
Carlisle 38 57

Team

Gilmartin

Jackson Eastman Kent Vincent-Young

Senior Lapslie Stevenson Mandron

Szmodics Nouble

Subs
Barnes Miller Eisa Dickenson Chilvers Norris Prosser

Weather at the Jobserve 11 degrees Celsius cloudy hopefully the goal mouths will neither be sticky nor muddy tomorrow.

Give Todd Miller 30 minutes second half he will scare them rigid.

Enjoy the game Colchester to win surprisingly easily 4-0

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Grecians to have hair raising experience against Super U's
at 13:06 15 Mar 2019

JM takes his charges to St James's Park on Saturday after a shocking home performance against FGR on Tuesday which I watched on ifollow. It was a true horror show and is the reason why we now cannot achieve a top three finish this season. Too much inconsistency and too many defeats has put paid to any lingering automatic promotion hopes.

So it is now all about second best and the lottery that is the play offs. Even that is not nailed on because competition for places is very tight.

Lincoln 37 75
Bury 37 70
Mansfield 37 65
MK Dons 37 65
Tranmere 37 61
FGR 37 57
Colu 37 57
Carlisle 37 56
Exeter 36 55

Our fate still lies in our own hands but this has been a very difficult period since the crushing defeat at Carlisle before Christmas and recent performances have been the reason why we are now struggling to keep in the top seven.

Failure this season will be disastrous with an exodus of talent leaving at the end of the season unless we can win at Wembley.

This week saw the return of Roberts to Newcastle. Another under-utilised loanee. Newcastle allegedly told him that he will be surplus to requirements in the summer hardly conducive to his well being and his attitude and he has thus been recalled.

Sadly Ben Stevenson is also injured and joins Comley, Pell, Lapslie and the suspended Nouble all out for the visit to Devon.

This game is a must win and how many times have we said that this season. It is a ground where I watched successive defeats in the league but one where we have to upset the form guide on Saturday.

I reckon JM will be forced to line up and play the following

Gilmartin

Eastman Kent Prosser

Jackson Wright Szmodics Vincent-Young

Senior Mandron Dickenson

Subs

Barnes Chilvers Eisa Norris Miller Ager etc

9 games to play at least 18 points still required and then the play offs beckon. Anything else and it's game over and mid table obscurity.

I am currently in North Cornwall where it is wet and windy but the scenery is spectacular. The forecast for Exeter on Saturday is for strong winds and rain and 12 degrees Celsius.

Safe journey to the travelling faithful.

Here's hoping for a vital three points to promote those play off ambitions. We have already failed to achieve top three we must now push for the top seven and hope.

Up the U's

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Exiles to be ostracised at Fortress Jobserve by Super U's
at 10:09 9 Mar 2019

JM and his beleaguered charges embark upon two season defining fixtures starting today. First the Exiles under Mike Flynn come to Town and then on Tuesday evening Mark Cooper brings his Green Devils to the Fortress that is the JobServe Community Stadium.

After last night’s results the U’s know that six points are the only requirement from these two home games.

Lincoln 36 72 +28
Bury 36 67 +29
Mansfield 35 64 +25
MK Dons 35 62 +22
Tranmere 36 58 +9
Exeter 35 55 +11
FGR 35 54 +16
COL U 35 54 +14
Carlisle 35 53 +9

Those 11 key fixtures:

Newport H
FGR H

Exeter A
Tranmere H
Cambridge A

Oldham H
Bury A
Grimsby H

Yeovil A
MK Dons H
Lincoln A

The Swindon defeat was every bit as poor as the overall performance, it has breathed fresh life into the Wiltshire team and disturbingly has sown fresh doubts into all but the most ardent U’s fans that we could yet face another season in the basement league (not an appealing thought). It would also see a mass exodus of players and then the need for a rebuild would be a necessary fact.

But we must show belief that the U’s can garner the points required to secure a play off spot as a minimum. Realistically we need another 27 points from those 33 on offer to secure an automatic place, anything less and it is then the lottery of the Play Offs or the unthinkable mid table obscurity.

This then is the task for the U’s starting with the maximum today against Cup giantkillers Newport County. I once saw Colchester demolish County 5-0 at Layer Road in 1977. What the faithful would give today for a similar result.

There is no doubt that the injury to Harry Pell has impacted in a big way on JM’s team. Pell was at times unplayable and we miss his combative style and midfield dominance. Ben Stevenson is an outstanding player and it is unfortunate that his midfield player is not yet fit to play. The reliable but inexperienced Diaz Wright will play alongside Stevenson today.

For years Colchester have had a succession of impressive Goal Keepers from Walker (Mike) to Aidan Davidson there have been some real gems. Rene Gilmartin’s performance last week was woeful and things can only get better today for both him and the team.

JM is missing Pell, Comley and Lapslie, he has other options within the squad, but HP is a huge loss.

So today:

Gilmartin

Jackson Kent Prosser Vincent-Young

Senior Stevenson Wright Dickenson

Szmodics

Norris

Subs:

Barnes Eastman Eisa Roberts Nouble Mandron Gondoh

The Colchester weather today will see gusty winds with a temperature of 11 degrees Celsius and sunny intervals. Having woken up to snow showers in Durham, it is at least now beginning to melt away with some sunshine.

The faithful will be able to judge whether we have the ability to rekindle our promotion hopes after today and Tuesday night.

Failure is not an option.

PS, a handsome home victory is long overdue, perhaps today we can achieve not only three points but also an impressive scoreline.

Enjoy the game

Up the U’s





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Robins to have their wings clipped at the County ground today
at 09:16 2 Mar 2019

JM takes his promotion hunting Super U’s to the County Ground Swindon aiming to secure three more priceless points in their league campaign.

Richie Wellens team sit in 12th place in the table with 47 points but have one game in hand. Swindon away is a winnable game and should be approached as such by the super U’s.

The Robins like Grimsby, Oldham and Crewe sit just outside the promotion places still held by the same eight squads for several weeks now. Thankfully the top eight have all played 34 games now and the Imps scored a dramatic 96th minute equaliser to deflate the Grecians on Tuesday night at Sincil Bank. This suggests to me that any of the top eight can break into those vital top three places with a run of consistent results.

Lincoln 34 66 +26
Bury 34 63 +26
Mansfield 34 61 +23
MK Dons 34 59 +21
Exeter 34 55 +12
COL U 34 54 +17
FGR 34 54 + 17
Carlisle 34 53 +11

Colchester remaining fixtures: We still have to play 5 of the top 8 including the tasty last two matches, which will probably determine our promotion fate. The simple fact is that we are still in control of our destiny and should now approach these games accordingly.

Swindon A
Newport H
FGR H

Exeter A
Tranmere H
Cambridge A

Oldham H
Bury A
Grimsby H

Yeovil A
MK Dons H
Lincoln A

Colchester have a decent record at the County Ground, and we should dismiss Wellens bemoaning the fact that he has key injuries. It will still be 11 versus 11 at kick off and all our opponents are all keen to put one over on a promotion rival.

Both Tom Lapslie and Harry Pell have resumed training, but neither should be risked today. There is a vital home double header coming up and hopefully one or both will be fit for those matches. This puts pressure on Ben Stevenson, but he is more than capable of rising to the occasion and young Diaz Wright is an able deputy.

I reckon that JM will opt for his favoured back four and Brennan Dickenson (now beginning to show the form that he is capable of) should get a start against the Robins with Courtney Senior also providing width on the other flank.

So: 4,4,1,1

Gilmartin

Jackson Kent Prosser Vincent-Young

Senior Stevenson Wright Dickenson

Szmodics

Norris

Subs:

Barnes Eastman Eisa Roberts Nouble Mandron Gondoh

Swindon weather is likely to be 12 degrees Celsius and cloudy but dry.

Safe journey to the travelling faithful, enjoy the game and let’s secure that 16th league victory of the season to maintain the promotion push.

Up the U’s

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